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How We Got That Shot! – Film making Adventures of Crazy Caleb

Our wildlife film-making students are a creative bunch and when producing each film we are faced with numerous challenges, mostly about how we are going to put the weird and wonderful ideas that our students come up with onto the TV screen (safely and responsibly of course). This film, written by Caleb Morrison (aka Crazy […]

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Shark Attack Experiement (National Geographic Wild)

AFRICA MEDIA’s RYAN JOHNSON JOINS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC WILD’S SHARK ATTACK EXPERIMENT IN AN ATTEMPT TO DISPEL MYTHS ABOUT  SHARK ATTACKS. Are sharks really out to get us? Are these predators mindless man eaters demonized by the popular media and movies like  “Jaws”? That’s the driving question behind this high-adrenaline, two-hour live National Geographic event. Shark Attack...

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Escaping the Great White (National Geographic)

AFRICA MEDIA’S RYAN JOHNSON LEADS NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC FILMING AND RESEARCH EXPEDITION TO FALSE BAY, SOUTH AFRICA. AIM TO TEST THE SELFISH HERD HYPOTHESIS USING GREAT WHITES AS LAB RATS.. National Geographic Wild, 2010. A shark shoots skyward, tackling a herd of seals, as Nat Geo expert Ryan Johnson heads to sea with researcher Alta De […]

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Secret Shark Pits (National Geographic)

AFRICA MEDIA’S RYAN JOHNSON TRAVELS TO MAURITIUS TO HUNT FOR THE HIDDEN SHARK PITS IN A NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC RESEARCH AND FILMING EXPEDITION. National Geographic Channel, 2009. The discovery of what native Mauritian diver and keen naturalist Hugues Vitry calls “shark pits” is the origin of unanswered questions about the unusual behaviour of sharks in underground caves off the […]

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